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Great bmckenzie 2004-05-01 4:22

That's a great pic Dan. Could you tell us more about "2ND". A neutral density filter I assume. I've heard of these being used before, for example, to increase exposure time when shooting running water, as I gather without it the scene is readily over-exposed. Do you normal use such a filter when shooting in good weather? How does it differ in function from a skylight/ polarizer? Is it something we all should add to our kit. Do tell ;-)

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I didn't stay there either. ($100 US a night). I prefer budget places, so I can afford to travel in comfort. (I later went soft sleeper train to Hanoi). But the hotel staff don't mind tourists in the front entrance, from where this was taken.
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